Robinson Safety Awareness Training

Robinson Safety Awareness training is conducted by Flight Test NZ with the following instructors: Flint Horne based at Rangiora Rob Hunt based at Murchison Rob Anderson based at Ardmore Please contact us if we can be of assistance.

2021-10-27T11:20:18+13:00October 27th, 2021|Courses, News|

New Helicopter Flight Examiner

Flight Test NZ welcomes Quentin Hulse to our examining team as a  General Aviation Flight Examiner.  Quentin can conduct PPL issue, B or C category instructor rating continued competency, Part 135  FCCC. He is based in Christchurch .  

2021-10-26T14:44:45+13:00October 26th, 2021|News|

Safety Management System Approved

I am pleased to announce that  CAA have approved Flight Test NZ's  Safety Management System.  Behind the scenes a lot of hard has gone on to achieve this significant milestone.  Flight Test NZ is committed to the principles of SMS  to further enhance the safety of aviation as well as our staff and customers.  

2021-07-01T11:13:03+12:00July 1st, 2021|News|

Drone Airworthiness Inspections

Through its partnership with Unmanned Aircraft Solutions NZ, Flight Test NZ and Drone Trust are now able to offer drone airworthiness inspections and approvals in accordance with CAA Rules Part 101.202.  (4), (5) & (6). UAS NZs' Chief Engineer Bevan Lewell is one of just two individuals in New Zealand approved by the CAA to

2020-07-15T14:58:18+12:00July 15th, 2020|News|

Drone Training On Line Now Available

Great news. You can still complete drone training on line from our Drone Trust e-learning courses. Now is the time to make use of the next few weeks while we are in lock down. Click on the Drone button from our home page to access more information on these 101 and 102 courses or contact

2020-03-26T15:41:38+13:00March 26th, 2020|Courses, Featured, News|

ST1000 simulator

We are proud to announce the installation and  approval of two ST1000 simulators at Mainland Air, Dunedin, and New Zealand Airline Academy at Oamaru.

2019-12-10T12:58:02+13:00December 10th, 2019|News, Simulator|
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